Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
We are seeking candidates who:
• have high expectations of children’s achievement and a dedication to inspiring learners
• are practitioners striving towards excellence in all they do
• have evidence of good or outstanding teaching that is creative and innovative leading to the provision of exciting learning experiences
• are dedicated to school improvement and raising standards for all stakeholders
• have effective communication skills with children, parents, colleagues and the wider community.
We can offer you:
an induction programme for all new staff
a friendly and warm community with dedicated staff and governors
well behaved, enthusiastic learners
a commitment to raising standards for all our children
a highly motivated and supportive leadership team
a commitment to enhancing your professional development.
Applying for the job
Please ensure that all parts of the application are completed.
More on how to apply
We do not accept CVs as part of the selection process.
Please ensure that you demonstrate how your experience and skills make you suitable for the position.
All applications should be made electronically and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will ask you to bring supporting documents along to the interview and will request references for all candidates who are invited to interview.
Requests will be made at the same time that candidates are contacted.
If you need these documents in an accessible format, please contact the school.
Academy, Church of England
221 pupils enrolled
3 to 11
About St Philip's CofE Primary School
Here at St Philip’s we are passionate about ensuring that our pupils get every opportunity to do their best.
To enable this to happen, we offer our staff a supportive network and great CPD opportunities.
Whether you are an established teacher looking for a change, or a newly qualified teacher looking for a first post in a friendly school, joining our academy and our Trust will open up many opportunities for you.
Our academy is situated at the heart of Girlington and at our last Ofsted and SIAMs Inspections we were judged as Good . We are a part of Bradford Diocesan Academy Trust (BDAT), a multi-academy trust developed by the Diocese of Leeds.
Alongside this collaboration, we also have strong associations with our local schools, St Philip’s Church and our Local Achievement Partnership. These links strengthen our offer to our pupils, staff and wider community.
Our MAT is becoming ever - stronger and offers us a great deal of support from the central staff as well as through the network of Primary and Secondary Academies.
As a Church of England Primary Academy, we ensure that our pupils are given every opportunity to achieve their potential within an environment where they feel confident to express their faith – whether our pupils are Christian, Muslim, any other faith or follow no particular faith.
Arranging a visit to St Philip's CofE Primary School
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by prior arrangement, although they will look a little different due to social distancing and current risk assessment restrictions.
Please contact the school office on 01274 546496 to arrange a mutual appointment.
The visit will give you an opportunity to ask questions about the role and the school to assess if this is somewhere you would like to work.